How to Convince Your Decision Maker

Getting a bike lane in the ground takes loads of public support. Our members help drive our campaigns by writing letters, signing petitions and speaking up at City Hall. Taking the step to support projects through approvals at City Hall is a big one but it’s not nearly as scary as it might seem.

Through an upcoming workshop, we’ll give you the tools you need to speak up and help win the bike lanes you need in your neighborhood and around San Francisco

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At the Convincing Decision-Makers Workshop, we prepare our members to speak up for projects that transform city streets, whether at an open house or at a City Hall hearing. First, we go step by step to show what it takes to get a bike lane in the ground, starting from an idea all the way through construction. After highlighting advocacy opportunities, we take a look at what makes a convincing public comment. By the end of the workshop, you will have crafted and practiced a public comment that would sway folks ranging from a concerned neighbor to your district supervisor.

Whether you’re a public meeting veteran or brand new to local activism this workshop will have something for you. Come prepared to speak up and with a project in mind that you’d like to push toward construction.

Join us Tuesday, April 3 at our office to hone in on making real change happen on our streets.

Convincing Decision-Makers Workshop
Tuesday, April 3 — 6:00 – 7:30 pm
1720 Market St.

Become a member and you'll improve your commute and get discounts at shops across the city.